Langkawi rice fields and Museum
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The Langkawi Rice Museum (Laman Padi Rice Garden) was established to attract tourists to eco-tourism. The exhibits of the museum, in addition to the rice of various varieties, are numerous photographs and illustrations, tools and mechanisms. The total area occupied by the museum, together with rice fields, is about 5.5 hectares. The fields show different stages of rice cultivation, and in the museum there are tools, models, photographs related to rice cultivation.
There is also a souvenir shop, a garden of medicinal herbs and an exposition dedicated to the cultivation of paddy rice. The on-site restaurant serves a variety of rice dishes. The presented variety and types of dishes you will be very surprised.
You can visit this place for free, but without excursion support it is not very interesting here, the Walk will take 20 minutes, no more. But with a guide and a tour here you can spend a couple of hours with interest. Guided tours in English can be requested at the museum's office on site, or you can simply join the tour group if you see it on site.
🕐 Working hours: from 10: 00 to 18: 00.
💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.
🚶 How to get there: rice fields and Rice Museum are located next to Pantai Chenang Beach in the northern part (towards Langkawi airport). You can get from anywhere to Pantai Chenang on foot (rice fields and Rice Museum on the map)